Jut read an article from back in May discussing the Hanjin problem, and how Seaspan has 10 ships under charter to Hanjin, or roughly 10% of their TEU capacity. In addition, Seaspan has another 13 ships coming out of charter this year, could be a bumpy ride for the Vancouver base company headed by Gerry Wang, especially if Hyundai Merchant Marine, a partner of sort of Hanjin, is taken down as well. The high, and fast flying "what me, worry" Seaspan might have to change its tune a bit. Seaspan has steadfastly held a no re-negotiation of charter agreements in the past.
By contrast, Danaos, the Greek shipowner, with 8 ships under charter (and of smaller capacity) to Hanjin, who were to come out of charter in the near future, has said they were exposed to Hanjin by as much as 560 million, yikes. Danaos has been flexible with charterers in the past, including HMM, and Zim, so it is interesting to see these "captains of industry" wrestle it out. http://www.canadiansailings.ca/?p=11379